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        Do I install toilet flange first or tiles,I have new basement it was all poured for bathroom I have pvc pipe still sticking up through concrete floor , do I cut this flush to the floor and install flange first or tile first. is it 12 1/2 away from wall with flange bolts. And is there anything else I need to no.
        Thanks Linda

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        Toilet flange first. It should be set at a height so that the top of the flange is flush with or slightly above the top of the finished floor. If the center of the hole is 12-1/2" out from the framing than it's perfect - standard toilets are set 12" from a finished wall.


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